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Your fair sucks if you have to pay for entertainment. Up here it's included in the price.

Damn, that's a lot of tribute bands. Wouldn't it be cool if the tribute band opened up for the actual band?
 

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Michael Jackson laser extravaganza
 

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ZZ Topp, but of course.
This with out a doubt ,Oh and Train
 

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Weird Al and ZZ Top are contenders. But I'm really jonesing to see Styx for some reason.


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Well you can't go wrong w/ The Pink Floyd Experience. They're good stuff.
Ziggy would be fun to see.
Sublime w/ Rome playing with The Dirty Heads?? Must see.
Cubensis!! A local OC favorite. Go see this band if you like the Grateful Dead. Good stuff.
Sammy Hagar is a must see. And so is Gary Hoey. Great surf guitar god.

Take pix.
 

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Styx is the **** dude. Last summer was renegade all day in my boat.
 

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Atomic Punks/5150 twinbill.

Two VH tribute bands, you can hear the same songs twice in the same night. How can you beat that?

Actually, I'd go for BOC, Joan Jett, and the B52's.
 

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Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez would be my first choice.

It's a good thing that Adam Lambert and Joan Jett are playing on different days. Otherwise you might not know when one concert ends and the other begins.

And Julianne Hough - I wouldn't bother if she pronounces it "Huff" but I wouldn't miss it if she pronounces it "Hoe".

How could you miss a Julianne Hoe concert?
 

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Bad Company

then next in order would be

ZZ Top
Martina McBride
LeAnn Rimes
Weird Al
Joan Jett (Saw her as a kid in California GREAT SHOW)
Pink Floyd
 

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Word. I mean, in terms of career success and historical value, they are a cut above anyone else on the list. Assuming that they are still the original lineup (at least vocalists Tommy Shaw and Dennis DeYoung, right?).

Behind that, Bad Company and ZZTop
 
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